Newman Civic Fellows in Action: In the ninth episode of our second season, Co-Host Andrew Seligsohn and Campus Compact Housing Partnerships Coordinator and AmeriCorps VISTA Caity Vogt sit down with Natural Breeden and Lindsey Earl, two Newman Civic Fellows visiting Boston for the Newman Civic Fellows National Conference. Listen in as they discuss their work to combat housing insecurity, food insecurity and other poverty-related issues facing students in higher education. Plus, catch up with Campus Compact of the Mountain West with guest host Stephanie Schooley and take a stop in Pop Culture Corner to talk Time’s person of the year, Broadchurch, and Citizen: An American Lyric. Listen now and weigh in online using #CompactNationPod.
Compact Nation Podcast: Season 2 Episode 9
Meet the Guests
Natural Breeden is a Newman Civic Fellow and Master of Social Work student at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke. Breeden works as the manager of UNC Pembroke’s on-campus food pantry and assisted with establishing an emergency housing program for students on the UNCP Campus.
Lindsey Earl is a Newman Civic Fellow and graduate student in anthropology and applied community economic development at Illinois State University. Earl’s graduate research focuses on community responses to homelessness. Prior to graduate school, Earl served two years with AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps.
Caity Vogt is Campus Compact’s Housing Partnerships Coordinator and AmeriCorps VISTA. Vogt’s work focuses on housing insecurity on college campuses. She will spend her service year researching housing insecurity policies across the country and exploring how these policies affect students, faculty and staff.
Stephanie Schooley is the current Campus Compact of the Mountain West executive director and a #CompactNationPod guest host.
Emily Shields is the current Iowa Campus Compact executive director and a #CompactNationPod co-host.
J.R. Jamison is the current Indiana Campus Compact executive director and a #CompactNationPod co-host.